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  1. #1771
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Post Your Automotive Shots!
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

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    Sweet Targa with a whale of a tail. Turbo?
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  4. #1774
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Thanks, no just a 3.2L NatASp.
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  5. #1775
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Post Your Automotive Shots!
    I came across some interesting 35mm Kodachrome slides while cleaning out my late mother's home. I'm trying to figure out when they were taken and I'm figuring that it was in the WW-II era, late 1930s to mid 1940s. Modern Kodachrome was introduced in 1935. I'm pretty sure that the top image here is of Washington, DC Union Station. Looking at the automobiles in the bottom image, can anyone identify models that would nail down the era, i.e. are they all Pre-War? Thanks for any ideas.

    Many of the slides are in a standard cardboard mount, but are also sealed between two sheets of glass, leaving an assembly that's as thick as three stacked cardboard-mount slides and a tiny bit larger all around.

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  6. #1776
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Great find Sandpatch. Not an expert on those types of cars, but they all look pre-war to me.
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  7. #1777
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by crashton View Post
    Great find Sandpatch. Not an expert on those types of cars, but they all look pre-war to me.
    The observation that all of the car look prewar does not directly indicate it was not taken during the war. It is my understanding there was a shortage of new cars during the war, as were gasoline and tires rationed. My grandfather being in a critical industry was able get the gasoline and tires, he spoke of ration stamps. One would need to identify the newest car there and that would indicate it was taken sometime after. Sorry no real help with identifying them.
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  8. #1778
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandpatch View Post

    Many of the slides are in a standard cardboard mount, but are also sealed between two sheets of glass, leaving an assembly that's as thick as three stacked cardboard-mount slides and a tiny bit larger all around.
    My uncle indicated some of my grandfather's slides were mounted in metal frames but never mentioned anything like that. Quite interesting.
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  9. #1779
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    I just found three more boxes and Crashton is correct with his pre-war estimation. The boxes are all clearly marked 1939-1940, with one reading Washington, DC. It'll be interesting to see what he shot.
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    Re: Post Your Automotive Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandpatch View Post
    I just found three more boxes and Crashton is correct with his pre-war estimation. The boxes are all clearly marked 1939-1940, with one reading Washington, DC. It'll be interesting to see what he shot.
    Nice to be correct. Truth be told it was a just a wild arse guess on my part.
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